Czechs worry about financial security in old age

According to the results of a study released by the Center for Public Opinion Research (CVVM), some 70% of Czechs are worried about being financially secure after retirement. A little over 80% of the respondents said that the government pension will not be sufficient for maintaining a good quality of life. But only 56% currently have private savings or investments. The most concerned are people with lower quality of life and voters of left-wing parties.

Author: Masha Volynsky